If your flat roof is leaking and requires patching or repairing, you can do so using an acrylic coating or bitumen roof paints and primers. These roof coatings are all-weather applications that can be implemented in one coat and are ideal for all general property maintenance and day-to-day upkeep. Browse our range of paint and primer materials to safely secure your building.
Benefits of paints and primers:
Added protection for a range of substrates
Fast application rates and curing time
Reflective roof paint helps keep your building cool and reduces energy rates
Increases roof life
Ready to use and can be brush applied
Seals and protects the surface
Promotes the adhesion of additional coatings
Conceals minor blemishes on the surface
Do you really need roof primer before you paint? Primer is important because it offers the best opportunity for the product to bond to the substrate and provide maximum adhesion. The correct primer is just as important because some waterproofing systems require substrate-specific primers.
Does roof paint and primer in one really work? Paint and primer in one product can be effective in certain situations, however, every project is different. Paint and primer have two different purposes and more often than not are more effective as two separate products.
What are the main roof paint and primer products?
Quick drying primer
Roofing felt adhesive
How many coats of paint does flat roofing need? Once your flat roofing is sealed with a roof membrane, a complete roof paint system requires one coat of primer and two coats of paint at the recommended coverage rate. Find out the coverage rate of your product in the instructions.